We invite you to join us online or in person at the launch of Adult Learners Week 2023, which celebrates adults who have turned their lives around through adult education. Hear inspirational stories and conversations about adult learning from our guests and ambassadors.
Electricity prices can have a momentous effect on people throughout all walks of urban life. The price of electricity impacts the affordability of homes and modes of transportation, levels of energy consumption, economic activity, quality of life, and eco-systemic health.
For our next session in the What Works series, Ros will be joined by Lidia Lipkiewicz. Lidia brings over 20 years teaching experience in the Language, Literacy & Numeracy field to this session, which will explore learning goals, resources, who can help, practical tools, exploring options, and learning assessment.
Urban America would be a different – and lesser – place without universities. They provide vocational instruction and prepare young people for the workforce. But more importantly, the liberal tradition in higher education increases our capacity to understand and reshape the world far beyond the university. Yet liberal education is under siege throughout a range of states in the United States.
Please find attached details of the first seminar in CR&DALL 2023-24 Series, ‘Radical Knowledge Formations from anti-racist perspectives’. The event at 1400 on 17 August 2023 at the Advanced Research, Chapel Lane, Glasgow is co-organised with the University of Glasgow, College of Social Science’s ‘Addressing Inequalities’ Interdisciplinary Research Theme, Global Majority Network.